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  1. Easy, fast, and affordable user testing for websites and prototypes.

    paid Free Trial $39.0 (Tester)

  2. Online user testing and usability platform


    Looking for volunteers to navigate a website and answer a few... about 25 days ago

    I am looking for volunteers to navigate a website for a fashion brand and answer 4 quick questions at the end. The process is fast and is done through and can be done anonymously. This is for a school project.
  3. Usability testing has never been easier. Get videos of real people speaking their thoughts as they use websites, mobile apps, prototypes and more!

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    do you guys think this is fair?? about 12 days ago

    Roughly less than 5 dirhams per hour? Some slaves had better conditions than that... If you can't find something better go and register on for basic usability tests, sign up for mTurk and Toloka, and go find survey websites (Prolific, qmee, etc.) on r/beermoney and r/beermoneyglobal instead of working there. Normally these are just for making some pocket money on your extra time but if you spend...
  4. Beautiful & actionable analytics for InVision prototypes

    A survey on the use of web user testing tools among UX/UI... about 6 months ago:

    Hi, I am doing research on some of the user testing tools out there like,,,,,, I would like to know about your experience.
  5. Userlytics is a website and mobile app usability testing platform.

    Hello UXR’s. Looking for methods to use about 7 months ago

    But, if your ultimate question is, "how can I concept-test the greatest number of ideas at one time?", I think you're going to have to choose between some kind of forced-order ranking or card-sorting exercise. OptimalWorkshop and UserLytics both have these capabilities in them, as do many other online surveying tools.
  6. PlaybookUX is an affordable user testing and interview software that recruits the right participants, schedules, transcribes and analyzes your research.

    paid Free Trial $49.0 (per unmoderated participant)